I'm sure they could work it out among themselves.
...to wipe the box and install some other OS.
The Swedes and South Koreans laugh at our puny attempts to catch up.
I would think that it'd take one heck of a laser to fry wet leaves on a train track. The whole thing sounds like a boondoggle to me.
From TFA: "Some virologists suggest the virus may eventually become "almost harmless" as it continues to evolve." Yes, I realize the the article says "Some" and "almost" but still I'd rather it be like dealing with a common cold than a full shutdown of my immune system.
can this thing be hacked or are you locked in to the OS it comes with?
Just wondering what the new darling programing language is.
All right, maybe they aren't Russian, I don't know. But why not try to find these uber-coders that you always hear about to do some pen testing of the Tor code? It's in their best interest to make sure Tor is as secure as possible.
I don't thing there's going to be any kind of fundamental change in capitalism. The only thing that's going to change is the method and who gets to benefit from it.
From the standpoint of trying to steal business secrets, that's something that everyone does on everyone else, even the US. You'd think by now most businesses would understand that connecting everything to the internet isn't necessarily a good idea.
Also, put the payment in an escrow account and let them know that's where the payment going. Once they fix the bug, they get the money.
That would be cool.
I hadn't even heard about this book before now. Sales will probably triple each time they fuss about it.